Black Panther 2: Wakanda forever is back and we can’t wait.

It’s been four years since the first Black Panther, a Marvel studio film, was released. This movie made us discover African royalty in a different light. 

The internet went crazy within days of its release in February 2018. The film became the most tweeted movie of all time, mentioned on twitter more than 35 million times, surpassing Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Some important personalities like Michel Obama, Singer Kendrick Lamar who had his music played as a soundtrack in the movie and the current vice president of the United State, Kamala Harris shared their thoughts about the movie.

The film was a game changer for the Marvel studio and especially for the black community who saw their culture valued and respected, especially given all the disturbing events that took place in the United States. Here are some fun creations from most people.

Black Panther became the fifth fastest growing movie of all time, beating out Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Black Panther also broke records, with a total streaming record of 17% of users streaming Marvel movies compared to most Marvel movies like Avengers Infinity War with 9.45% streaming. A financial record of $631 million in ticket sales, surpassing the 2012 Avengers movie that earned $623 million.

In August 2020, the Marvel community and the movie industry were in tears over the death of famed actor Chadwick Boseman, playing T’Challa in the film, who died after battling with colon cancer. Here are some celebrities creations.

Now imagine how excited the Marvel community is about the release of the second Black Panther movie. We’re all wondering what the movie will be like without Chadwick Boseman, who had a very positive impact on the movie.

This brings us back to the Black Panther 2 premiere on Wednesday, 27, in Hollywood, with some film’s cast paying tribute to Chadwick Boseman like Letitia Wright who was dressed as Chadwick at the Black Panther 2018 premiere.

There is also a huge comeback from the famous Star and businesswoman, Rihanna who created a song for the movie and paid tribute to the late Chadwick. Her single “Lift Me Up” is set to be released today. Here’s a clip she posted on Instagram.

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